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Scientists warn world must transform food production or face possible unrest
The world must diversify its food production and consumption, or face damaging supply disruptions that could lead to suffering and social unrest, scientists warned Monday.
New finds beef up case for redrawing map of Roman Empire
The remains of a high-quality Romano-British butcher’s business and center for crafts have been unearthed by archeologists in Devon, southwest England.
Study finds rise in off-label medication orders for children
US physicians are increasingly ordering medications for children for conditions that are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration, according to a Rutgers study.
China's slowdown deepens
The slowdown in China’s economy deepened in August, with growth in industrial production at its weakest 17-1/2 years amid spreading pain from a trade war with the United States and softening domestic demand.
Pregnant women taking paracetamol risk a child with behavioral problems: Study
Women who take paracetamol while pregnant risk having children with behavior problems, a study suggests.
Britain facing most prolonged investment slump in 17 years
Brexit uncertainty and a global economic slowdown amid the US-China trade war has set Britain on course for the most prolonged slump in business investment in 17 years, according to the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).
Trade gloom drives French, German economic divergence
A modern commercial estate converted from old warehouses and television studios in the Paris suburb of Aubervilliers may hold the key to understanding why France’s economy is outperforming Germany, the eurozone’s longstanding powerhouse.
Commonly used drug for Alzheimer's disease doubles risk of hospitalization
A drug commonly used to manage symptoms of Alzheimer disease and other dementias — donepezil — is associated with a two-fold higher risk of hospital admission for rhabdomyolysis, a painful condition of muscle breakdown, compared with several other cholinesterase inhibitors, found a study in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).
Clover in the mix is key to reducing carbon footprint
Re-seeding permanent pasture initially contributes to climate change and doesn’t increase yields beyond the first year, according to new research.
Venezuela just got its first Bitcoin ATM
After years of waiting, and despite a relatively high and impressive volume of Bitcoin trading, Venezuela has finally got its very first Bitcoin ATM.
Volkswagen agrees to Australian settlement over diesel cheating
Volkswagen said on Monday it had agreed to pay up to A$127 million ($87.3 million) to settle lawsuits brought on behalf of thousands of Australian customers caught up in its global diesel emissions cheating scandal.
Dangerous air pollution in Indonesia's Borneo leads to school closures
Schools in two cities in the Indonesian part of Borneo island will be closed for a week after smoke from forest fires caused air quality to hit "dangerous" levels, a local government official said on Sunday.
DR Congo ex-minister accused of $4.3 million embezzlement
Detained former DR Congo health minister Oly Ilunga has been accused of embezzling $4.3 million of public funds raised to tackle the Ebola epidemic, his defense counsel said Sunday while insisting on his innocence.
Van Rompuy says independent Scotland can gain entry to the EU
As the prospect of a no-deal Brexit looms closer, European Union (EU) officials past and present are setting out their true positions and feelings on the issue and its repercussions.
Delivery of second S-400 battery to Turkey completed, defense ministry says
Turkey's Defense Ministry says the delivery of the second battery of the advanced Russian-made S-400 missile defense systems has been completed, and that the systems would become operational in April 2020.

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